ArtWalk To Debut New Summer Series In Little ItalyArts & Culture This new Summer Series will be a bi-monthly event, showcasing artists’ work in the Piazza della Famiglia
ArtWalk Little Italy Summer Series announces its debut in Little Italy beginning Sunday, June 27 from 11AM-6PM. Taking place at the Piazza della Famiglia and the adjacent block of W. Date Street, each one-day show will include thirty select artists exhibiting their stunning works of art.
The event will run every other Sunday including June 27, July 11, July 25, September 5, and September 19, giving locals and visitors incredible opportunities to purchase one-of-a-kind art from local, national, and international artists in a variety of mediums.
An artist’s haven
“Little Italy is an artist’s haven and takes pride in supporting local so, what better place for this exciting new ArtWalk event than Little Italy?”, said Chris Gomez, District Manager of the Little Italy Association. “We are proud to host this event in our community and can’t wait to see the incredible works of art displayed, while walking through the Piazza and taking in the crisp San Diego summer air.”
“We’re ecstatic to bring this new event to Little Italy and help spread our love and excitement for art,” said Curt Brooker, Director of ArtWalk San Diego. “The art community has shown an unbelievable amount of resilience this past year and we’re committed to continuing to help them thrive.”
“As in-person events continue to pick back up, we look forward to bringing new light and hope into people’s homes and art collections. Whether you’re a seasoned art collector or just looking for a new piece to add to your home, office or as a gift, I can guarantee you’ll find something at our Summer Series.”
Supporting ArtReach San Diego
The ArtWalk Little Italy Summer Series, in addition to ArtWalk San Diego’s three annual festivals, support their partner, ArtReach San Diego, a nonprofit organization aimed at increasing equity in visual arts education in K-8 schools throughout San Diego County by delivering free or low-cost workshops to schools that have no other resources for art, focusing on Title One Schools. Many of the programs ArtReach offers are provided at no cost to schools.
See you there….and stay healthy, San Diego!